Rudy Giuliani continued knocking special counsel Robert Mueller on Sunday, calling his probe "the most corrupt investigation I have ever seen." Short on specific evidence, President Trump's lawyer didn't hold back: "We can't find an incriminating anything, and we need a basis for this investigation, particularly since we now know it was started from biased—by biased" origins, he said on ABC's This Week. "I do not think he's corrupt," Giuliani said of Mueller himself, adding that "he's surrounded by biased people. Almost exclusively." This just two days after Giuliani set tough new standards for Trump to be interviewed by the special counsel. For more:
- "No concerns": Giuliani also said he has "no concerns" about former Trump attorney Michael Cohen cooperating with the feds, the Hill reports. "Michael Cohen should cooperate with the government. We have no reason to believe he did anything wrong. I have no concerns that Michael Cohen is going to do anything but tell the truth."